As a professional adventure skier and filmmaker, Brody Leven travels the world to climb up and ski down some of the most challenging mountain peaks in the world. Through these adventures, Brody not only learns deeply about the physical and mental skills required to climb up and ski down these mountains, but also learns many important lessons that transcend his craft that he regularly applies in his personal and professional life. Brody is an activist for climate change and brings his message to countless people through the talks and presentations that he gives.
In this episode, Brody also shares a life-changing adventure that he completed in 2018 which he made into his documentary 'Lost'. I encourage you to check out the short documentary by clicking the link below. It truly puts into perspective how incredible this feat was and shines light on the mental skills he needed to take on this enormous challenge. Part 2 of this interview will be released next week. I hope you enjoy this discussion with Brody Leven.
Brody Leven is best known as a professional skier and climber, as well as for being a climate change activist and conservationist. His photos and stories have been published in several magazines and press outlets. As a professional athlete, he has collaborated with a variety of brands and companies including Toyota, Utah State Tourism, and Urban Outfitters and he shares photos from his skiing and climbing with his over 50,000 Instagram followers. He was born on October 5, 1987 in Ohio. With a passion for the outdoors early on, he graduated from Westminster College and then chose to pursue his career in climbing and skiing. Traveling to a wide range of mountains and volcanoes, he began sharing photos from his journeys to Instagram in April of 2012.
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Brody's Documentary 'Lost'
Special thanks to Bronx based band Conversing with Oceans and Alex Bondarev for creating the podcast music.